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Getting your baby's first dip is a true landmark. What do you have to do to your baby? It is probably enough for a neonate two to three days a weeks, as long as you keep your diaper area clean and your face and your hand washed several days a day (up and down).
This can be a great way to help your baby unwind and unwind for the whole day. Place your baby on a smooth, shallow base (a neat cloth is good). Keep a bowl of hot running hot running hot running hot running hot running hot running water and a sponge or flannel ready. Keep your baby wraped up, uncover one link at a time and wash lightly.
Put together everything you need so that you don't have to climb during the swim. You only need about 5 cm (2 inches) of hot tub fluid to give your baby an efficient soak. Attempt to place a hot flannelette over her stomach to prevent it from being cooled. Keep your baby tight and rinse off any built-up deposits or slack spots softly.
You have to weigh her back and top while you launder her. If you' re washing them, take special care: It is not every baby who is given full baby coat at delivery, but if your baby was, rinse it with a soft baby cream if necessary. Just put a swab of conditioner on your scalp, rub it in lightly and let it work for a few seconds before you rinse it out.
Lastly, rinse your baby's scalp so it doesn't have to get into bubble soap. Test your baby with the back of your hand or your arm before placing your baby anywhere near the water: It should touch nice and watery - but not too cold! After all, don't be amazed if your baby is crying during the first few dips.